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Summer 2012 Courses

Latin Courses

Latin 1301, Elementary Latin
The basic elements of classical Latin grammar and Roman culture, with readings emphasizing ethics, history, morality, philosophy, and mythology.

  • LAT 1301-F1 (Summer Session I), MTWRF, 9:45am - 11:15am, Sid Richardson 326, Timothy S. Heckenlively

Latin 1302, Elementary Latin II
Prerequisite(s): LAT 1301 or two units of high school Latin. Continuation of LAT 1301.

  • LAT 1302-S1 (Summer Session II), MTWRF, 9:45am - 11:15am, Sid Richardson 326, Simon Burris

Note: Students who plan to take both 1301 and 1302 during the summer sessions will need to contact the Classics Department office for registration assistance. (Students who have already completed 1301 in a prior semester will be able to register as normal.)

Latin 3311, Epistles and Epigraphy of Rome
Prerequisite(s): LAT 2310 and 2320 or consent of instructor. Latin inscriptions and selected letters of Cicero, Seneca, and Pliny.

  • LAT 3311-1B (Baylor in Italy students only), Jeff Hunt

Greek Courses

The Summer Instensive Greek Institute
Students enrolled in the Institute will cover a full year of Greek during the first summer session. Upon successful completion, students will receive credit for both GKC/GKB 1301 and 1302. Graduate students have the option to continue with intensive reading in the second summer session, the equivalent of a second year of Greek.

  • GKC 1301-F1 (Summer Session I), MTWRF, 8:00am - 11:15am, Morrison 330, Jeff Hunt
  • GKC 1302-F1 (Summer Session I), MTWRF, 8:00am - 11:15am, Morrison 330, Joseph DiLuzio
  • GKC 5321-F1 (Summer Session I, Graduate Students only), MTWRF, 8:00am - 11:15am, Morrison 330, STAFF
  • GKC 5322-S1 (Summer Sesson II, Graduate Students only), TBD, STAFF

You must contact the Classics Department for registration assistance.

Greek 4309, Gods of the Greeks
Prerequisite(s): GKC 2310 and 2320 or consent of instructor; and upper-level standing. Selected readings in Greek from writings (e.g., Hesiod's Theogony and the Homeric Hymns) dealing with the gods of the Greeks.

  • GKC 4309-F1 (Summer Session I), TBD, Timothy S. Heckenlively

Permission of instructor required.

Classics Courses

Classics 3381, Medical Terminology
Study of the medical vocabulary of English, based upon Greek and Latin prefixes, stems, and suffixes.

  • CLA 3381-M1 (Minimester), MTWRF, 1:15pm - 4:15pm, Morrison 120, David J. White

Classics 3380, Classical Mythology
Detailed study of the myths of the Greeks and Romans; Greek and Roman personal religion and folklore. (No credit toward the foreign language requirement.)

  • CLA 3380-F1 (Summer Session I), MTWRF, 9:45am - 11:15am, Morrison 120, Ken Jones

Classics 3321, Topography of Rome and Pompeii
Detailed study of the buildings and monuments of Ancient Rome and Pompeii. Readings include primary sources and analyses of excavated material.

  • CLA 3321-1B (Baylor in Italy students only), Alden Smith

Classics 4331, The Archaeology of Sicily and Southern Italy
Study of monuments and topographical archaeology of southern Italy and Sicily. Readings include primary sources and analyses of excavated material.

  • CLA 4351-1B (Baylor in Italy students only), Timothy S. Heckenlively